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The fall season is underway for high school athletes and many of our NXT LC players will doing much more than just playing lacrosse.  

You can keep up with their successes with our NXTWatch blog coverage all fall.

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Tom Meyers, Tristan Sporer & Payton Hollway Coach the Youth at Cradle Lacrosse

It's not a stretch to say that Cradle Avalon's second year was a major success.  For two weeks, more than 50 combined kids descended on Avalon Elementary School this August to partake in Cradle's final sessions of the summer, a fitting end to what was a record-breaking summer. There's no better way to do Cradle, either, than to run around all morning before hitting the beach. 

This year's Cradlers also had the added boost of being coached by some of NXT's finest coaches in addition to some of NXT's finest future coaches. NXT 2015 faceoff specialist Tom Meyers of Radnor and midfielder Tristin Sporer of Moorestown, plus NXT 2018 attackman Payton Hollway of The Haverford School, were on hand for both weeks to help spread the game of Cradle and give back to the game that has helped them develop so much. 

They did such a great job that we asked them to describe what their time was like coaching Cradle.  Read their reflections here.

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2015 AJ Witherell Commits to Washington & Lee

Congratulations to 2015 AJ Witherell on his commitment to Washington & Lee!  Read more about his choice here.

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Michael Podgajny Named NXT 2018 Head Coach

NXT Lacrosse Club is thrilled to announce that Mike Podgajny has accepted the position and will be in charge of NXT 2018, which is holding tryouts Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14, at Episcopal Academy.  These tryouts are open to any player in the 2018 class and online registration is open. 


You can read the complete release about Coach "Pogo" here.

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Seven NXT Players Named to All-Philly Lacrosse Teams

The All-Philly Lacrosse team, a team that features the elite talent in the Philadelphia region and chosen by Chris Goldberg, is considered to be one of the hardest teams to be selected for. 

NXT 2014 and NXT 2015 made sure that NXT LC was well-represented on both the first and second teams, though. Penncrest 2014 Co-Player of the Year Will Manganiello was joined on the first team by Penncrest and 2014 teammate Dylan Protesto as well as 2015 defensemen Mike Farnish (Radnor) and Noah Lejman (Haverford School).  

Read the complete story here.

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